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Fresh update on "lester holt" discussed on Derek Hunter

Derek Hunter

00:42 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "lester holt" discussed on Derek Hunter

"Were on the team. They knew that Christine blase Ford's best friend at the time when she claims Brett Kavanaugh tried to rape her. Said that it never happened that she knew Brett Kavanaugh in high school, but they never went to a party with with Christine blase at the time. At this. She has no recollection of a party and if you went to a party Even a small gathering where the majority of the boys there are in a kind of raping way. And your friend, the only other woman there Leaves the party without telling you. You would remember that. Even if there would work men there with sexual harassment or sexual assault on their mind If you go to a party with a friend while you're in high school while you're 15 years old You your friend disappears. You would remember that. It might take you a second to recall it. But you would remember that because I guarantee you the next time you saw them. You would bring up. Hey, what happened to you? Where did you one day I knew you were there. You went off with the other guys to listen to records or whatever you guys were doing. And the next thing I know. You're gone. I'm looking around for you. And they tell me you left. How did you get home? These are all conversations that would have happened under normal circumstances. The media didn't bother to ask these questions. It was just reported. As fact, Christine blase Ford was given awards She was asked to hand out reward. She was a presenter at the ESPYs. Why? Who knows because she's a liberal, and she accused a conservative of being an awful person, and that's all it meat takes to get carved into the Mount Rushmore of the left these days. NBC News to its credit, dedicated a full minute To the story this morning long before the Today show started, but still as a least a minute. That means there's a possibility that they could dedicate sometimes throughout the day. I highly doubt MSNBC will father because They're fully on board. They helped create Andrew Cuomo. But maybe just maybe Lester Holt will come in and report on this. Doubtful, but maybe, But listen, This is by far aside from Fox. The most in depth reporting on Andrew Cuomo's sexual assault and harassment allegations. Cut six Go ahead. A former adviser for New York governor Andrew Cuomo, says he subjected her to pervasive harassment when she worked for him. Lindsay Boylan says governor Cuomo kissed her on the lips, made inappropriate comments and proposed playing strip poker, she wrote about her experience, saying, I'm compelled to tell my story because no woman should feel forced to hide bear experiences of workplace intimidation, harassment and humiliation, not by the governor or anyone else. Governor. Cuomo's office has denied the allegations, and his office has released statements by four other employees who say they were present for some of Boylan's interactions with the governor and that her accusation that he made a comment about playing strip poker never happened. Almost press secretary said in a statement. As we said, before Mr Boylan's claims of inappropriate behavior are quite simply false. Lindsay Boylan has not responded to NBC news requests for comment. She began working for the New York state government in 2015 and is now a candidate for Manhattan borough president in New York City. That's an actual honest, fair report. Here's what she said. Here's what they said. We're not making a value judgment. If they had treated the Brett Kavanaugh situation the same way I wouldn't have had a problem with it. It seems as though they did a little bit of digging. They talked to a couple of people, they've pointed out. Some people say she was never that that didn't happen. People were around now. It's interesting that they say that people who are around for some of their interactions, but that's neither here nor there. That's nit picking. But when blase Ford said something it was a matter of fact, and Brett Kavanaugh had to prove that he didn't do it. Remember Maisie Herro know the senator from Hawaii, which come on why you can't do better than this. Came out and said, We not only need to hear women, but they have to be believed. I wonder if anybody will ask Maisy Hirono if the hero of the Democratic Party's accuser should be believed or not. We must all believe them believe are women. I mean, not those women women who accused Republicans believe them. Every other woman is probably just a gold digger out for themselves. But credit granted. It was early early early in the morning, but NBC news actually did a little bit of honest reporting. It should be just that simple. Here are the facts as we know them at the time. Now follow up should be and we've assigned a couple of reporters to really dig into this. Find out if other people are accusing Andrew Cuomo or if they have experiences like this reach out to the person, so on and so forth, you know, journalism. That's highly unlikely. None of the other networks will do it. And I doubt that CNN who is spending time this morning, Jake Tapper. The face of CNN spending time this morning tweeting about one year ago today Kayleigh Mcenany when she was White House press secretary. Predicting that Corona virus will start to go away because it was one year ago. Today, they did this man, these people are awful. That's the implication. I didn't mark the one year anniversary of President Fauci saying that covert 19 is nothing for us to worry about. They won't mark the one year anniversary of President Fauci saying You don't need to wear a mask. But anything that a Republican does. Jake Tapper will remind you. That's the one year anniversary of that. And yet, CNN. Has yet to cover Andrew Cuomo. On this. They barely mentioned the nursing home scandal. It's It's the double standards. It's the hypocrisy that drives me nuts and why these people should be called out relentlessly. Relentlessly. We'll be right back Ice Purcell you in studio with me once again, Dr Melissa Segev, Doctor of audiology from Audiology Associates. And thank you so much for being here is quick question for you. What age should one get his or her hearing tested initially, So that's a great question. We know that age related hearing loss usually occurs around the fifth decade of life. So when your fifties That's a bell curve and some of performed somewhere after so I would say, if you have a strong family history of hearing loss, you should come in earlier. If you've noticed that you're struggling, the hero you're hearing isn't what it used to be. It's a good time to come in and at least get a baseline and see what's happening there. Um, you know, you have ringing in your ears. You should come in sooner. If by 50. You're doing pretty well, then I think it's important with your annual physical that you get your eyes tested. You get.

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Fresh "Lester Holt" from Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:31 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Lester Holt" from Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

"Coverage. WBF p dot com Really Well faster. How you skilled Very creative. So you know you're going to give up some chances, and Jobe was there when you need him to be there. We kept playing our game. We got away from our game in the second period and clearly When you night and tonight we played 60 minutes. Stars Coach Rick Bonus in a much better mood for a change after they shut out the Panthers down in Florida Good morning from our Mercedes Benz and playing a sport system, Steve Lamb. It's been almost a month since the stars of One of hockey game Hey mentioned the play between the pipes of his goalie. Anton, who? Dublin who came up with 43 saves stars in the Panthers play again tonight facing one another for the third time in the last four days. Mavericks also play tonight They're up in Philadelphia against the Eastern Conference. Leading 76 is a good team. They're 21 11, the Mavs air at 515 and 15. Currently in ninth place in the Western Conference. Good measure. It's a game for Dallas when they get on the court tonight, again that starts at six o'clock. And the chief of orthopedic trauma at Stanford Medical Center, Dr Michael Gardner was asked about the long surgical procedure the Tiger Woods underwent to repair the shattered tibia and fibula bones. On his right leg and multiple locations. And the news isn't good Gardener, saying. Unfortunately, it's very unlikely that Woods would return to be a professional golfer. After these injuries, his ages multiple back issues, this going to be a very long road ahead if he chooses to attempt to return to his previous level of golfing. But you look at sports. I'm Steve Lamb. Rush Limbaugh on Legacy continues this morning at 11. Now the morning use with Al J and Brian history or news, talk a 20 w b a p w via p dot com. You know what's amazing to me is last night on the lead story on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. It was three or four minutes on Tiger Woods. Was the lead story. Developed over there. So I've now wonder why this is a big story. It's a huge story. Yeah, I think so. Yeah, You're right. But why is it the lead story? What was a bigger story yesterday? Covered. Uh, we're still dealing with co Vered. What would you say The numbers are down trending downward. Uncovered. Yeah, Yeah, they're trending downward. I'm just trying to think of why A car accident with a sauce is one of the biggest celebrities of the world is the lead story. Yeah, I mean, I probably would have led with it. All right? Yeah, I want to live with that. That would be the biggest story of the day. Great. It may be the greatest golfer of all tone would have been bigger. Super. Your ice cream going would have been bigger. You're right. Yeah, I think that's a bigger story. I would say great, You know, greatest. Maybe the greatest golfer of all time transcended several different, You know, generations? Sure ethnicities. Sure, you know has been in the news before. Yeah. You know that the you had the horrific scene, you know pictures. Drive a lot of what television determines to be the lead story. Yeah, and they had you know all this video of this rolled over Genesis SUV. You know, so they had that to rely on. Maybe I've just because it was politics leading the way. So should I be leading with it every time? In sports. Well, stupid Until you lead with the stars. I would tell you that all the stars fans are in the arena. All right. I don't know to be to me. It's a huge story. What's huge? I'm not denying that it's huge. It's it's part of the number one story around the world, but as far as what's important Become subject subjective. Doesn't you know? Like to some people that's really important? Yeah. And those same people may say I don't want to know the covert numbers again. It's all about. It's all depends on on the producer of the news. Sure, it's so subjective. You know what they once the lead story of the day. You know you You think you think you nail it? And then something pops up. And then you know, that's like, what was the story? We did the other day hound. Um If Donald Trump were to leave the Republican Party and form his own party. Yeah. You know, Would you go? What? You follow him. And we did that little informal survey and what we find, like 94% of our listeners would follow Donald Trump. Yes. That would that would have been a story. We probably could've spent the whole day talking about But we didn't have it listed as one of the top stories you know, at the beginning of the day, so it's all just it all just depends on You know what's important to the guy putting together the newscast. That's him. And it's also what what drives viewership and what drives clicks. And let's let's face it. Unfortunately, covert numbers going down Don't drive either of those No, it has to be. It has to be something of It has to be something of bad news. Unfortunately, that in that zoo, the Well, we'll use it here. It's the old car wreck theory, right? Yeah. Yeah, And it was a car wreck. You know, people stop it. Look, if it bleeds, it leads, yes. Exact science. That's kind of a different thing. The car wreck was when they get through talking about Tiger's car Wreck Cove. It's still be here. Yes, Very true. Very true. Yeah, that's that's a good point. Because you know we are. We have become covert weary. As well. You know, we've talked about that before in the air that you know, sometimes we just we, even though we hear them constantly, We block out the numbers. I mean, cases where there in Texas yesterday. Well, I don't know. I've got one of our reporters. This was a national news, the national No. But one of our what I'm saying is, we block it out. One of our reporters and news just a second ago, said this Said. State officials announced blank number of cases of state of Texas How many That's what we blocked it out when you hear, you know 7000. Yeah. 7000 new cases. The text that still lot it it is. Yeah. Buddy 8 11 in W B. A P. Coming up, Lindsey Graham says the path to 2020 to success. Depends on one thing. Okay, Republicans, right? We'll get into that. After we check traffic right now. We do that with money. Still seeing those delays make your way along. I 30 the westbound side of I 30 right around FM 205. The wreck may be off to the medium, and it is still a slowing the approach out a new one in downtown Dallas on I 30 West. 9 35 either right lane of that Ram blocked off. So that's heavy back through the canyon. Luke 12 on the North bound side just passed 1 14. They were trying to get one off to the shelter Pretty heavy. They're back towards Singleton. But you have one clearing up on the west side of Fort Worth on I 30 eastbound in Longview wghp first traffic on the ones I'm money could buy Cumulus Texas Information Network. Your day starts out early. Your professional sales pat this new business development you adapted.

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Biden to begin receiving classified presidential daily briefings

Squawk Pod

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Biden to begin receiving classified presidential daily briefings

"The white house has given formal approval for president elect joe biden to receive the president's daily brief. This follows a formal notice by the general services administration on monday night. The formal transition of government can't proceed receiving classified intelligence briefing is typically one of the first rights of a presidential candidate after winning the election. President-elect biden speaking with nbc's. Lester holt in his first interview since the election media. We've got outreach from From the security shop from to just across the board and they're already working out man my ability to get presidential daily rates. Were already working out meeting with the covert team in the white house. And how to not only distribute but get a from a vaccine being distributed to be pershing able to get vaccinated. So i think we're going to not be so far behind the curve as we thought we might be in the past and there's a lot of immediate discussion and And and i must say the outreach has been sincere. There's not been begrudging so far and i don't expect it to be so the yes it's already begun

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Joe Biden gives first post-election TV interview

CNBC's Fast Money

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden gives first post-election TV interview

"Joe biden president-elect giving his first interview since becoming president-elect he just sat down with nbc's. Lester holt let's get to kayla tashi with the exclusive sound kayla melissa interview wrapping just a few moments ago following president-elect biden's announcement of some key national security and foreign policy appointments and in that sitdown interview biden says the peaceful transfer of power a hallmark of american democracy as begun the head of the gsa yesterday unlocked the mechanisms for there to be a formal transition of power recognizing your status right now. Is that happening on the ground of their people talking right now who were talking yesterday. Yes immediately we got outreach. From from the nasa security shop from suggested across the board and already working out met my ability to get presidential daily. Briefs were already working out meeting with the covert team in the white house. And how to not only distribute but get from vaccine being distributed to be person able to get vaccinated. So i think we're gonna not be so far behind the curve as we thought we might be in the past. And there's a lot of immediate discussion. And and and i must say the outreach has been sincere there's not been begrudging so far and i don't expect it to be so the yes. It's already begun. That comes just hours. After the general services administration official ascertainment of the presidency biden saying that outreach is happening at all levels melissa that interview will air this evening on nightly news six thirty pm eastern time

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Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

NBC Nightly News

02:33 min | 4 months ago

Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

"Still to come the family building better lives for kids one desk at a time. There's good news tonight about how a little would and a whole lot of hard work can improve the. of So many children. Family bonding. The couch family involves lots of power tools. For. The past few weeks they've been on a mission everyday, you'll get home from work. We make all the desk we can till the sun goes down and it's time for bed and and then weekends we've been making desk nonstop they're working so hard because these desks are so desperately needed by kids doing their schooling remotely without a place to Work Mitch Couch knows firsthand how real that need is after his own kids started attending classes virtually when I was doing school I was on my bed and it was really hard to. Because I wanted to fall asleep. A few hours and pieces of plywood later, Haley had a new desk of her own. What we need to do is separate the home life in the School Life Mitch shared a photo of that I desk seventeen quarter and posted a youtube tutorial on how he did it everything started blowing up. It was crazy suddenly parents in need started reaching out. Now the couches are providing desks for families you have three nephews that need. Foster Kids we've got seven desk going out to foster kids seems like a simple thing but I think in the kid's world that's really important timothy shelters. I mean a lot for the children to have their own workspace and you know not having to share with. Other children we really prohibiting is doing here. They've donated more than sixty so far but that's just part of it that tutorial Mitch posted online we're gonNA. Cut It's become a blueprint for others inspiring. An Army of desk makers from Hawaii to Ohio to Massachusetts volunteers are building dozens of desks for kids in need but for Mitch, perhaps the biggest payoff is closer to home there's nothing greater than teaching your family, how to use tolls and teaching his kids the importance of using what you have to help others it's been so fun making like for kids that don't have a way to learn at home. How to use tools Mitch and his family planned to keep building at least thirty desks a week that is NBC nightly news on this Sunday Lester Holt. We'll be back with you tomorrow. I'm Kate Snow for all of us here at NBC News Stay Safe and have a great night.

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Joe Biden makes key campaign stop in Miami on Monday

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Joe Biden makes key campaign stop in Miami on Monday

"President President Joe Joe Biden Biden spent spent Monday Monday in in Miami, Miami, The The Democratic Democratic nominee, nominee, campaigned campaigned in in two two communities with high Hispanic population's before taking the stage with Lester Holt in an NBC News town hall. Biden spend part of the day trying to convince Cuban and Venezuelan American voters that he's not like leaders in their home countries, so they need not worry. Just look at the record is not one single syllable. I never said that could lead you you to to to believe believe believe that that that I I I was was was a a a socialist socialist socialist or or or communist communist communist in in in the the the town town town hall hall hall bite bite bite and and and also also also answered answered answered questions questions questions on on on police police police reform. reform. reform. Relations Relations Relations and and and his his his plans plans plans to to to manage manage manage the the the cove cove cove in in in 19 19 19 pandemic pandemic pandemic If If If elected, elected, elected, I'm I'm I'm

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Former 'fixer' Michael Cohen: Donald Trump will 'do anything' to keep power

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Former 'fixer' Michael Cohen: Donald Trump will 'do anything' to keep power

"Bombshell book about the president. This one is from his former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen. CNN obtained a copy of Disloyal and says, Innit. Cohen claims that before Donald Trump ran for office, he was so fixated on President Obama that he hired an actor to play him in a video in which Donald Trump quote ritualistically, belittle the first black president and then fired him. Cohen does not say who played Obama. He did tell NBC's Lester Holt that he thinks Donald Trump will do whatever it takes to stay in the White House. So Donald Trump will do anything and everything within which to win. And I believe that includes Manipulating the ballots. I believe that he would even go so far as to start a war in order to prevent himself from being removed from office. My biggest fear is that they will not be a peaceful transition of power in 2020. The White House

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"lester holt" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"lester holt" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The offing as the very campaign trail has turned into a very long facetime. There may be some upside to cutting back on the hours and hours of speeches, a quicker and less inefficient night of political preening. Ahead of the Convention Start I caught up with NBC News Lester Holt the first man to be a US network newscasts solo anchor. He'll be leading the network's coverage of the conventions during the ten pm hour with ratings up for flagship newscast across the networks we've talked about how he's been framing the colliding stories of a pandemic racial justice and a presidential campaign that politicises everything including masks for the next two weeks. Holt will be reporting from NBC's midtown Manhattan Studios a spot. He's only seen a handful of time since March. Our conversation has been edited for CONCISION and clarity. Time you're about to anchor a global event while not there. What's that like Holt? Well, it's particularly strange for me because one of the hallmarks at nightly news is that I like to take viewers to the story I WANNA talk to people I want to bring a personal connection to the story, and of course, we've lost that ability on a lot of things that we cover part of the conventions are the conversations in the hallway. It's the people you run into, you pick up little nuggets along the way. This is going to be very different watching in a studio people who may be giving speeches from their living rooms or their kitchens. This is kind of terrible on a personal level isn't it? Oh, sure it is. It's just one thing that we took for granted that's being taken away from us from a personal level. I had a lot of expectations. This summer I was going to be covering the Olympics I was going to be covering these two conventions traveling to wherever the debates are none of those things are happening, but the process of electing a president goes on like so many Americans and so many businesses we're figuring it out as we go along. This year has been a rough one for our business. You mentioned the Olympics, which is an NBC institution that's off the table. For the moment we've got no conventions no campaign road warriors. How do we as an industry make it through this while also continuing to do exceptional journalism The candidates simply aren't traveling I mean the president has been traveling some and within the White House bubble, we've had some access in Delaware to Joe Biden but you're right..

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Lester Holt starts show for children about the coronavirus

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Lester Holt starts show for children about the coronavirus

"NBC's Lester Holt is doing doing a a twice twice weekly weekly kids kids edition edition of of NBC NBC nightly nightly news news to to talk talk to to youngsters youngsters who who might might be be anxious anxious and and curious curious about about the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic will will answer answer questions questions sent sent in in from from across across the the country country and does up lifting stories about young people trying to help out a medical expert will also be on hand to hold says he's pulling from his experience as a father and as a grand parents

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"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft's career

"But now the news magazine longest tenured correspondent is retiring and he's here with me. We now steve kroft joining me for his retirement day. This is the evening when sixty minutes is paying tribute to you later today. Thank you for joining me my pleasure. My pleasure how is sixty minutes changed over your three decades and and how has television changed over your career. How's everything changed. Every time i look at it now and every industry every walk of wipe this changed <hes> but mostly. I think that sixty minutes is probably changed the least of almost anything in the culture in terms of of <hes>. It's you know some people say it's still a little old fashioned but it's still doing good journalism and still basically siklie following the the blueprint that on hewitt set <hes> you know fifty years ago and still the most watched <hes> i mentioned you're obama interviews certainly in recent years. That's what you've been the best known for <hes>. What do you think it is about that kind of interviewing presidential interviewing that people should learn from our people should take away well. I that's a good the question when i first started doing the interviews with with obama in two thousand eight the there was sort of a canvass for doing presidential interviews that people in followed for years and years and years there was a you're of a certain politeness to it you. The president was treated with respect. <hes> tried not interrupted unless you absolutely had to and now it's kind of evolved to the place with this particular president where almost anything thing goes and when he does sit down with somebody besides this fox friends. Would you like to interview president trump. Have you tried <hes>. I have not tried. I took a pass on that. One and leslie and scott pelley both interviewed him. He's a very hard interview very hard interview because he just goes where he wants to go and takes you know even and it's particularly live but <hes> i think leslie did a pretty good job and exposed. I don't say exposing but letting him <hes> reveal himself in his personality the way he thinks i think lester holt did really a good job with them and other than that most people just can't get a handle on it. It's hard. I mean i i would know how to do it really well. I'd have i'd come up with an idea and strategies but i think you have to really be on your toes and beyond the presidential interviews what stories are most important to you are the kinds of stories that we need to have more of on television news. <hes> i think we ought to have more twelve minutes twelve and a half eh stories. I think that that's the biggest advantage that the show has <hes> and you know we shoot normally thirteen hours of pap- for thirteen minutes of <hes> of a a product and you have a lot to choose from and also if you're doing an interview live. You've got five minutes. Maybe <hes> and we've got an hour to sit down with somebody and we can go and find the best parts and right and go in every direction every direction. We're going to a couple more minutes for us steve. You're leaving at a time of turmoil for the last year. It's sixty minutes. There's been a lot of turmoil allegations against the former executive producer jeff fager. He's stepped down under pressure now this news. CBS news president we all remember the upheaval does that relate to wire leaving now. Not really i mean and i say that my wife thinks i'm crazy when i say that but <hes> it had very little to do with it. I made the decision really about a year ago that this was going to be my last season and i my my staff right about that time. All the dramas turned down and i said unless something really happens to change my mind. This is my last season and nothing happened to change. What's it been like inside. CBS news during this period <hes> well you know it's anytime you have organization that has leadership change wjr and as you pointed out we had at three different levels with <hes> corporate CBS with CBS news with sixty minutes. It creates a lot of uncertainty.

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The first Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

America Trends

01:05 min | 1 year ago

The first Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

"More thing get ready for wednesday and thursday night this is the way the democratic presidential hopefuls for twenty twenty we'll face off in two nights of televised debates because there are so many of them it's happening in miami huge field of contenders so they are broken up into two groups according to n._b._c. news with twenty candidates qualifying for the primary debates and total the democratic national committee divided it into two days ten and ten and they won't have an opening statement sixty seconds to answer questions and thirty seconds for follow up they will get to make closing remarks two hours to two hours of debating tonight split into five segments and a host savannah guthrie lester holt chuck todd rachel matt allen jose diaz balart will be moderating the moderating all be very interesting one of the most interesting things about the debase when this again pay attention wednesday and thursday nights the two different groups president trump says he will be live tweeting during the debate so maybe he'll be the person to make them oh so very interesting so we will

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At least seven missing in Alabama after deadly weekend tornadoes

Glenn Beck

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

At least seven missing in Alabama after deadly weekend tornadoes

"Lisa Carter. The tornado outbreak that hit Alabama and Georgia over the weekend is the deadliest in the country since may twenty thirteen at least twenty three people died and dozens more are injured NBC's Lester Holt is in Smith station, Alabama this morning. The search intensifies for survivors of the deadly tornado. Even as the death. Toll rises everybody in this house is dead. Everybody's gone up. Still finding departs down the hill. The national weather service says the tornado that hit Lee county was an e four packing one hundred seventy mile

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Who is America's most trusted TV news anchor?

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Who is America's most trusted TV news anchor?

"There's a new survey out that looks that who America trust as the anchor behind the news desk and USA's Chris Barnes. Has the result? The morning console. Hollywood reporter survey that looked at Americans trust in well-known anchors on network and cable TV finds NBC news. Lester Holt is the most trusted news host in America. Among Republicans Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingram at Ainsley Earhardt, or the favourite TV host among all survey though, coming in last with Sean Hannity thirty percent of the people surveyed say they don't trust him at all

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"lester holt" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Was four interview. I done with President Obama the the night. He gave his farewell to the country. We traveled with industry Kogyo, right? Went to his favorite restaurant in Hyde Park in Chicago sat down and we're doing the your the clock is counting down because we have to get him out of there. So we can get to speech, nine o'clock speech, but we won EMMY for it. I'm feeling you won the EMMY for not crying during the interview is that, is that what it was. How do we ask you this question? This is something that comes up all the time. You know, you hear people saying that the liberal media, the news media's liberal Trump even said the other day said, all you news people, I call you Democrats. You're all Democrats. How do you respond to the idea that as news people you can report on the news and still have your own personal beliefs about politics that we may or may not really crush because I tell people all the time we're living human beings. You know, we have feelings about everything. I've opinions about a lot of things. Some things I don't know, and I accept that. I think it's healthy to sometime say, you know, I don't know how to figure out immigration or whatever, whatever it may be, but we're professionals at the same time. They me I enjoy a spirited intellectual, you know, debate, right? Like to hear smart people talk about issues, and you realize is often there's no right answer, and that's kind of attitude. I bring to the new set every night. But yeah, most most of that, you know, you just kind of let it go in winning, right? The other. You have to write the do our jobs. It's hard when when you're hate is in the White House because there was a there was a tweets that President Trump sends out. And this was in August, right? Where he said, what's going on at CNN is happening to different degrees at other networks to with one, oh, he said with NBC. News being the worst. The good news is that Andy lack key is about to be fired for incompetence much worse. When Lester Holt got caught fudging my tape on Russia. They were hurt badly. Why did you fudge the tape..

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ABC World News Tonight With David Muir Beats Out NBC's Lester Holt

Business Beware

01:18 min | 2 years ago

ABC World News Tonight With David Muir Beats Out NBC's Lester Holt

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Four U.S. cities sue over Trump 'sabotage' of Obamacare

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Four U.S. cities sue over Trump 'sabotage' of Obamacare

"Here miss, an. Trip okay thank you guys good. Morning everybody this is Andrew with the news four cities are suing the, Trump administration accusing federal, officials of deliberately sabotaging, the, Affordable Care Act, the, cities of Baltimore Chicago and Cincinnati Columbus Ohio asking a judge to block some of, the Trump administration's, new rules and executive, orders which they say have. Damaged ObamaCare markets lawyers for the formulas pal these. Accusing, the president and health and Human Services Secretary Alex as are failing to faithfully execute the law, as demanded, in article two of the constitution they say their residents have been harmed by the actions of the new, White House because insurance. Has gotten more expensive leaving fewer people covered and the lawsuit quotes the president President Trump saying that he might let ObamaCare either implode. Or explode about twenty times in North, Carolina doesn't people have been arrested for voting apparently the twelve, or either one parole on probation for felonies which in the tar heel state makes you unable to vote Nine of the twelve or black. All, say they thought they had regained the. Right to vote after serving their time let's see every. Every state is different in. North. Carolina former felon. Does not, regain. The right to vote unless his. Or her parole or probation are over to it can be prosecuted even, if they didn't know, that they were wrong, felons, did not stripped, of, their voting rights at all in Vermont or Maine other states allow people to vote, once they prison, time is over still, others allow felons to formally. Apply to have their privileges restored President Trump thinking. That, North Korea's Kim Jong UN and thanking him rather a for a letter that he got which, to the, president calls a nice letter and says he looks forward to seeing the North Korean leader soon Sarah Sanders, confirms it he did. Receive a letter a believer he received it on August first the is not a second meeting that is currently locked in or finalized. Certainly open to that discussion but there, isn't a meeting plan well the secretary of state mom pi, pay Mike Pompeo was sec- his North Korean counterpart in Singapore Attending the same regional conference but he's quoted now news CNN is saying that North Korea does, not appear to be disarming okay not at all okay she was once his, ride or die but no more on a rosta is, out with a book entitled unhinged and she says President. Trump is in metal. Decline according to the Daily Mail Moreau. Says when newsman Lester Holt. Recently, interviewed the president she says Trump was Iraq and contradictory and that she, says herself oh no this, is bad I'm LaRussa says the. President, rambled and even spoke gibberish the book. Is.

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"lester holt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One hundred and seven dollars are winner yesterday you could still win, today, very easy you just have to get that app register and? It will ask hey do. You want to what some money today can go yet, you and bam, you're, entered That easy that freaking easy announce the winner coming up? At six but. Right now There's two stories why, I had no idea that Alexis was outraged about one story from the same, company but I was watching the nightly. News last night And. I think it was Lester Holt I was. Trying to watch all of them but big Lester Holt was telling me oh and pour Lester by the, way I think Lester Holt had the hiccups yesterday So bad for him They ran the they ran the open of the NBC nightly news and he came out. And he kept, having he was like his speech was kinda stunted and he kept having to stop so is either a burp or A pickup and I felt so bad 'cause Hello there's no stopping that train Is out of the. Station the, the opening credits is over And then you. Gotta read the news and it's So the Lester Tossed to the, first prerecorded package and I am sure he felt relief because he kept. Having to stop like after, every fourth word I felt so. Bad for, him but anyway he was doing this story about, this, Uber driver oh this Uber driver who was live streaming his passengers. Without, them knowing oh Ball just for entertainment to, try to like I. Don't know get a social media following up get his numbers up disgusting and it was in Saint, Louis hundreds of passengers online? Most of them having no idea a lot of women in him and then the, dude is making like these really. Just gross? Like faces and the camera like mocking his passengers and now normally I don't always like a public shaming. While I do sometimes I think it's necessary but who am I kidding but this guy's name and, face is now every wear and. I have, to say I am not sad about that how, how, how many people were watching this promoted at all promoted a little. Bit Really didn't the thing of, it is dude really didn't keep it under wraps it wasn't he wasn't keeping this a secret it was it was he, was live streaming, it and it's just gross the, fact that you get in. The Suber and you have an assumption you have you. Have an assumption of privacy when you get in there what you, really shouldn't anywhere anywhere you shouldn't you should always assume you're being recorded street corners taxicabs, but anyway you have. This assumption that you're you know you're going to be safe you have this assumption that you're not, being recorded when you step? Inside an Uber or lift or whatever any any these right Jerry's and then you, have this moron recording your every. Word your? Conversations and putting it on the internet without you knowing that is gross Expected to be the next reality show Probably the whole everyone, wants to be famous for. Fifteen minutes just disgusting as they say I hope that throw the book at him Know. What, that means what does that raise me what book the law, book they all throw the. Book at a March the bible really yeah You know, the? Bible Like the right is? That what it means I don't. Know, what it means Adam In the. Break up yeah okay now? So that's I was outraged about. That And then. Lex in your knee and then ensure view in your neck of the woods you were reading. About another story and you realize that this is something else to worry about. If you are a regular Uber driver case. You. You ride over the offense I did a lot when I was travelling okay? How. Often..

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Next day of Thailand cave rescue

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Next day of Thailand cave rescue

"Knx indepth now reach dave we dig deeper ask more questions tell you how the major stories of the day impact you mike simpson along with charles feldman put yourself in their place in the minds of these hungry probably frightened young boys and they're almost as young soccer coach trapped inside that cave in thailand to get out they must navigate dark murky twisting and treacherous passageways largely underwater and yet so far eight have been rescued but others remain and time is not on their side so we will go in depth with reporters on the scene in thailand and also shared you wrap your fob in foil before you answer that question i guarantee it we will later in international showdown on of all things breastfeeding babies pitted the us against most of the rest of the world so what's all the fuss about anyway we'll go indepth on that and what do you do when a seagull is drunk i don't know how we begin with cave rescue efforts ater out but five remain awaiting the next phase of the rescue joining us our cnn's international correspondent matt rivers who has been on the scene at the cave from the start and also nbc nightly news with lester holt's correspondent janice mackey freyer who was at the hospital where they're boys are in quarantine matt let's begin with you what is happening if anything now in terms of the rescue operation yes so basically the rescue operation has been suspended just temporarily similar to what we saw after the first rescue attempt there have been rescued ten sound it's been suspended basically for the divers do not always take a break but also prepare for the next time what has happened in that he is they have set up oxygen tanks all along the five kilometer route but these boys and expert divers have had to basically goes through on their way out and then only the main sure that's done safely as possible make put oxygen tanks all along that route well those of view we filled and so that's what's happening in the meantime so already at a press counseling bleep on monday evening here in northern thailand said that they needed about twenty hours or so at least in between operations to make sure that everything was in place to go in and get the remaining five people out so the plan and again i should say this is a very weird situation it could change it any point put the plan at least for now is for divers to go back in and try and get remaining five people in that came out sometime later today on tuesday year in thailand especially taking advantage of this action water levels is relatively low inside this cave in has it rained all that much considering its july and thailand started the rainy season so bottom line here is conditioned you're not gonna get really better than they are so now's the time to go get those people and they are expecting maybe some more rain to come through so they're kind of racing the clock here he is gonna be the same divers that rescue the other boys to go in because i imagine now they know some of these passageways so you want to send in the same people yeah i think they're going to try and follow protocol here that it's worked so miraculously well over the first two attempts so yes we are expecting you to be similar divers we know that they added a couple of divers on the second attempt to try and make things a bit smoother and from what we're told the second attempt to an even better than the first but really we we can't emphasize enough how dangerous potential the the the rescue did we saw a former thai navy actually his life before these attempts actually began died bringing oxygen to cave in professional diver who actually walks his life while putting oxygen inside there so he can lose his light you can imagine what a bunch of kids with no divy experience could be could be dealing with so that is the danger that they're facing here matt hang on and stay with us we want to go over.

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"lester holt" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Highly news with lester holt at six thirty new at sex mistaken identity can happen from time to time but imagine if the person with a similar name and the same birthday is also a wanted felon nbc four is patrick healey live right now in victorville would that nightmare is one man's reality patrick lane jimmy williams is his name and he's had it with this mistaken identity it happened again yesterday zone when the burglar alarm went off and he went from being perceived as innocent victim to possible dangerous fallen fed up you can't blame victorville's jimmy williams the third for being frustrated has been in my face since two thousand six the trick driving family man told us he keeps getting mistaken for the jimmy antonio williams junior with a rap sheet that goes back a decade the williams on the left now at large with a felony warrant but mistaken for him the unrelated williams on the right says he's at times been treated roughly by law enforcement from several agencies and i've had my head split up have guns putting my head in front of my kids williams said the latest confusion came yesterday after his home burglar alarm went off his security camera so i'm speaking with responding deputies out front he provided id but declined to request for a social security number saying that should not be necessary he said well you made your choice you wanted to do it the hard way let's do it the hard way williams city was cuffed and kept in the patrol car five to ten minutes before being released he went straight to the victorville station to complain about i want to tell you the my name i want you the system to get it it under control the fact these deputies took their time to find out that this was not the proper suspect shows their effort not wanting to make an unlawful arrest sorts of broncos that there's now a digital flag in the sheriff's computer system but it's not like we can just run his name in this flag comes up there's multiple databases and they do not intertwined for they can call it detaining me they can call it arresting me what i call it kidnapping why is it say that anticipating future misunderstandings a sergeant at the victorville station actually gave him a letter vouching for him to show to law enforcement but williams says that was one of the items that was taken during a recent theft he did not have it with him yesterday he got a new one last night but hopes he won't be needing he's also retained an attorney live in victorville patrick healey nbc four news at a short time ago we learned the prime suspect in the death of that ten year old boy in lancaster was booked on suspicion of murder and today protesters angry about the day of the death of anthony avas gathered outside the local office of the department of children and family services.

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What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

World News This Week

07:42 min | 3 years ago

What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

"ABC's world news this week will begin after this. Are you hiring with? Indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com. Slash higher. From ABC news world news this week. Chuck's Iverson in New York coming up forty, nine questions for the president's clean. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting stormy Daniels payments, no campaign finance violation. So through lawful. Then the president, he North Korea summit. We now have a day and we have a location. Paradise ignites a difficult thing to watch the floor is unpredictable in his own words. Here, maybe I'll have another five years. Maybe I'll be gone before you hear this. People in events that made headlines when world news this week continues. There's a lot coming at you right now, turmoil tweets, an insane amount of chatter. I'm Brad milkey with ABC news and I'm here to throw you a lifeline. It's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day. We're going to give you some context, some clarity among the chaos, twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and start here. What did you know about phone calls that Mr Flynn made with the Russian ambassador? What did you mean in your interview? With Lester Holt about Mr.. Komi in Russia. Those are two of the forty nine questions. Robert Muller's special council wants to ask President Trump in a sit down interview according to a document leaked to the media this week, ABC's congressional correspondent MAry, Bruce on what else is in those questions. The list of nearly fifty probing questions. Special counsel, Robert Muller has for President Trump lines of questioning, Muller shared with Trump's own legal team. The list now published by the New York Times and what the president is now calling a disgraceful leak Russian collusion. Give me a break. Trump insists. Molars list has no questions on collusion, but that's not true. The special counsel has questions about Paul Manafort once the president's campaign chairman according to the times, Muller wants to ask Trump what knowledge did he have any outreach by his campaign, including by Paul Manafort to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign. Muller also wants to ask the president win. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting that infamous sit down Don Jr. Jared, Kushner? Manafort in Russians, they were told had dirt on Hillary Clinton much of Muller's list centers on possible obstruction of Justice by the president. The special counsel wants to know what if I were made to reach out to Trump's fired national security adviser, Michael Flynn about seeking immunity or possible? Pardon. And what did Trump mean when he said this about firing his FBI director, James Komi when I decided to just do it. I said to myself, I said, you know, this rusher thing. Thing with Trump and Russia is a made up story N when Trump told Russian diplomats and this Oval Office meeting that firing Komi had taken the pressure off, what did he mean by that? Another question Muller wants answered, what discussions did the president have regarding terminating the special counsel with the release of those questions also came word that the special counsel has warned President Trump's legal team, that if the president refuses an interview, Muller could issue a subpoena ABC news, chief legal analyst. Dan Abrahams says, this raises the stakes, let's say it works its way all the way through the courts. The supreme court then says, sorry, this is a valid subpoena and the president says, well, I don't think so, and I'm not going to show up. That's when you have the real potential crisis. We use this word constitutional crisis all the time. I think that the only real crisis occurs if you have in the end, a real war between two branches of government were one of saying, you can't tell me what to do the president. However, maintaining he's still willing to sit down with Muller despite what his legal team is telling him. I would love to speak. I would love to nobody wants to speak more than me back against my lawyers because most lorries they never picked another. I would love to say, what is it like to sit down with a special counsel's team former Trump campaign adviser. Michael Caputo recently did so, and he's detailing the experience to ABC news, chief Justice correspondent Pierre, Thomas former Trump political adviser. Michael Caputo helped in the early stages of a campaign from Trump Tower says he won't soon. Forget the grilling. He says, he took from two FBI juice and a prosecutor with a special counsel's team three hours. Plus they weren't pulling any punches at at some points in time. I, it got kind of frightening. Caputo says the agents knew so much about his life. It scared him. They know everything here. They know more about what I did in two thousand sixteen than I do, but will the investigators after they're talking about the timing of some things that happened at the campaign and at the convention. I think they're completely focused on collusion. With Russia. According to Caputo, there was a lot of focus on the hack of the DNC by Russian operative known as goussev for and WikiLeaks, which published stolen information. This is his stark assessment on whether Muller's anywhere near done, investigating possible collusion. I'm hoping this end soon, but it sounds to me like they have more dating to do today. Give you any sense that they have anything. I believe that they, they think they're onto something what that is. I don't know. They're not messing around. Caputo, says investigators Pepperdine with questions about his friends. The president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort who's been indicted on money laundering charges. The president's longtime friend and advisor, Roger stone. The one thing he says, surprised him from the interview. It was remarkable to me that the president was brought up. Nobody with last name Trump came up at all. Speaking of the president's legal team, there were major shakeups yet again this week with top White House lawyer, tie Cobb telling ABC news. Be leaving having, you know, stay longer than I intended, but believing that the end of this month ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke with Cobb about his departure from the president's team out tie Cobb, the lead White House lawyer dealing with the special counsel replaced by Amit flood who was one of President Clinton's impeachment lawyers Cobb tells me he was ready to leave almost everything that I was brought on to do as Ben accomplished comet employed a strategy of patients with Muller cooperation. Definitely. What is the right move? And and definitely the path that would lead to the quickest resolution. But it was President Trump's newest lawyer, former mayor, Rudy Giuliani who created shockwaves this week when he told FOX's Sean Hannity, that money was not campaign money. Sorry, I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know, it's not campaign money, no campaign finance violation. So they've funneled through law firm. Frontal through over and the president. It. I didn't know Giuliani acknowledging for the first time that the president repaid that one hundred thirty thousand dollars to his personal attorney. Michael Kohn ABC's giancarl with a new explanation from the White House last month. The president, flatly denied knowing anything about the hush money Cohen claimed he paid Daniels out of his own pocket.

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Trump tweets about "slippery" James Comey, the worst FBI director in history

Len Berman

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Trump tweets about "slippery" James Comey, the worst FBI director in history

"The former fbi director james comey coming up in the next hour the president is tweeting about him this morning slippery james now the worst fbi director in history was not fired because of the phony russia investigation where by the way there was no collusion by the dams now let me ask a question was that not the and i said this to michael a moment ago wasn't the same donald trump who told lester holt on nbc that he was fired comey was because of the russian investigation he was fired by rod rosenstein he wasn't he'd not by trump fire by rodney trump didn't fire him we can me why was fired how he didn't fire him parsing words probably doesn't even know is fired yet figured i see no he's fired all he knows is that he's slippery where did the president united states slippery liable tragedy at thirty thousand feet fortythreeyearold passenger was killed when an engine blew on a flight from laguardia to dallas it was a southwest airline and shrapnel damage the window that passenger jennifer reardon was nearly sucked out finish scare back inside the plane down we started cpr we continued that for about twenty minutes we landed while we were still doing cpr that was one of the passengers on board the mother of two could not be safe sadly cia director mike pompeo's met with north korean leader kim jong un according to the washington post visits kim's expected to meet with the president probably in june no word on a possible site for that meeting starbucks closing more than eight thousand stores for racial bias education next month the training comes in the aftermath of an incident at a starbucks in philadelphia where two african american men were asked to leave because they didn't buy anything and taxpayers who didn't file taxes.

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Southwest passengers pulled woman partially sucked out of window back into plane

Len Berman

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Southwest passengers pulled woman partially sucked out of window back into plane

"The former fbi director james comey coming up in the next hour the president is tweeting about him this morning slippery james now the worst fbi director in history was not fired because of the phony russia investigation where by the way there was no collusion by the dams now let me ask a question was that not the and i said this to michael a moment ago wasn't the same donald trump who told lester holt on nbc that he was fired comey was because of the russian investigation he was fired by rod rosenstein he wasn't he'd not by trump fire by rodney trump didn't fire him we can me why was fired how he didn't fire him parsing words probably doesn't even know is fired yet figured i see no he's fired all he knows is that he's slippery where did the president united states slippery liable tragedy at thirty thousand feet fortythreeyearold passenger was killed when an engine blew on a flight from laguardia to dallas it was a southwest airline and shrapnel damage the window that passenger jennifer reardon was nearly sucked out finish scare back inside the plane down we started cpr we continued that for about twenty minutes we landed while we were still doing cpr that was one of the passengers on board the mother of two could not be safe sadly cia director mike pompeo's met with north korean leader kim jong un according to the washington post visits kim's expected to meet with the president probably in june no word on a possible site for that meeting starbucks closing more than eight thousand stores for racial bias education next month the training comes in the aftermath of an incident at a starbucks in philadelphia where two african american men were asked to leave because they didn't buy anything and taxpayers who didn't file taxes.

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Sexual abuse in CA school district by bus driver

Sam Nation

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Sexual abuse in CA school district by bus driver

"This is abc news it's six with chuck henry caroline johnson fritz coleman weather and fred rogan sports on abc now new at six a lawsuit filed against lucia mar unified school district a school bus driver and the san luis obispo county office of education lawyers say this is on behalf of a nine year old special needs student who was sexually abused by the bus driver at least one of the incidents caught on camera the school released a statement saying that it is cooperating with the family and police and that students safety is a high priority for the district san diego police say a brave eightyearold girls quick thinking helped officers track down her kidnapper officers say a woman stole the car the girl was in with her little brother and then drove toward the mexican border the girl and her threeyearold brother were waiting inside that car while their father ran into a beauty supply store that's what a woman jump on the wheel and drove off the dad saw this all happened he chased the car on foot but lost them his daughter though managed to make a discreet phone call to nine one one from the backseat on nightline line and then she threatened me law enforcement agency that that that joined in and got my kids back within our officers tracked down that car at the inspection point of the sanusi dro port of entry they arrested the woman the children were not hurt quite literally chopping at the bit to get back to work the canine the took a bite out of a pursuit driver returns to his feet for the first time our cameras take you along the most watched asthma you've seen it it's the most watched music video ever and it got deleted from youtube and it's not the only one so who stopped the music and coming up next the nbc nightly news with lester holt diagnosing alzheimer's why the number of cases could soon skyrocket we all know traffic sucks but you drive home doesn't have to you're on the drive home with jillian barberie.

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Mavs Pick 'Dimez' As NBA 2K League Tips Off With E-Sports Draft

Sam Nation

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Mavs Pick 'Dimez' As NBA 2K League Tips Off With E-Sports Draft

"Oh wow he didn't get booed the angels ever want to move to a seven man rotation they should call todd you'll be ready for otani last night first career home run bottom five facing cy young winner corey kluber otani did it again to run blasted center second home runs and eleven at bats that season no silent treatment of the dugout today ohtani two for five and what are the other new faces of the team came up big in extra innings cozart walk off homer to let dizzy angel take two or three from the tribe three two to the final hockey playoff picture starting to take shape ducks can punch their ticket tonight with a victory against minnesota at saint louis loss against chicago and the kings are in with a st louis laws or they need to record just one point in their final two games kings host minnesota tomorrow and there were dallas on saturday who says gallison for top guys parthree contests at augusta tony for now on seven it'll be his first masters look at the role that is going to be in cop plow finale couldn't control himself running down the fairway now watch left ankle that hurts even more impressive he popped it back into place then he went and teed off on the nba two k draft took place in new york today you may be asking what is the nba two k draft well seventeen nba franchises now have gaming teams associated with them each team consists of six players the league is behind it and the lakers and clippers are not involved here's a look at the draft board there's a million dollars worth of prizes up for grabs in dallas had the first pick take it away commissioner silver first pick in the two thousand eighteen nba two k league draft mavs gaming selects are trail boyd aka dimes from cleveland ohio no real surprise nines was at the top of several mock draft boards so what's next well dimes will make thirty five thousand dollars for the upcoming video game season and the mavericks will pay for his housing and relocation to dallas just inc thirty three years ago patrick ewing was the first ever nba draft lottery pick now decades later dimes from cleveland the first ever nba video game lottery pick the times they are a changing this is sports the nbc nightly news with lester holt is up next tonight mlk fifty years later lester holt reports from memphis kabc news live and local at six thirty i'm john wolf.

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"lester holt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To afford chat lester holt hey what whatever look it worked out but the isn't is freddie and mrs these through the baseball is now having this is the issue that adam silver's try to fix in the nba so many teams have now seen the taking can at least reinvigorate your fan base and get the the money to still flow in that now you've got a ton a teams taking late on of teams and baseball i gotta tell you why is i go has heads this excited a longtime right and there are still trying to work their way through the the ponzi off and i mean it is a process in baseball because unlike basketball i mean white sox players they think are going to be good but they're singlea and aa guy right as slowed to take a couple of years for them to get here and the cubs were the same way when they drafted chris bryant he was ready to play right away saint with the had was ready to play right away cows warburg wasn't ready to play right away pretty soon pretty quick but not right away at albert attleboro who was actually the first number one first route pick the first round pick you was sixth overall for theo it we're still talking of he's going to be the scaling naylor fielder and any kinney be the guy right so it it worked for them because of a lot of other things they they convinced a wilson contrary to catch instead of via third baseman since they didn't need any more third base wants the ecker's bryant let's get a louisville quickly in neck you're on espn one thousand hennick or one hour and with what critic like with clocking about about good tournament be ratting beckley cool idea cubicles bomb even the teams that are going to make the have a chance to win the nba finals are going to have to get to recreate of come the nba trade deadline because you're not just gonna be able to.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WJR 760

"The political realm officially they may have been there before but remember i mean they the liberal media adored him before he decided run at the very least they didn't have a problem with him and so he got what have been what are the measure how many how many how many dollars was it in in in total coverage that they put together i thought it was a over a billion i was an i want hiring of closer to two billion outside of you added up each individual uh uh interview and and the coverage what you would have paid for that if it were a political to get that on those those same outlets i i wanna see it was it was closer to two billion by the end of the entire campaign the i am i remember it was over a billion right eid's at that figure to somehow sticks in my but you know it here at the other thing too they all want to be remember lester holt who clearly is brilliant at portraying things honestly and truthfully as they really are north korea who sat down with president trump and asking him you know about the in and trump was saying well no a colmey told me you know three times he told me 35 and lester holt was doing this rapid fire question rapid for they want to be they want to be that they want to be the gotcha hey i i got an interview with the president and and we got well the the president saying again put the needs of promote legal immigrants over lawabiding citizens is great messaging nbc and lester holt if the reason they're doing it is because they hate trump and so they want to make north korea looked better to me trump look like the boogeyman that is not effective message oh is and not but you know again they don't they don't they don't soon as that they don't see the.

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"lester holt" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The the political realm officially eight eight have been there before but remember i mean they the liberal media adored him before he decided run at the very least they didn't have a problem with him and so he got what they what are the measure how many how many how many dollars was it and in in total coverage that they put together i thought of as a over a billion was an i wanna hiring of her closer to two billion i of you added up each individual uh uh interview and and the coverage what you would have paid for that if it were a political add to get that on those of those same outlets i i want to say it was it was closer to two billion by the end of the entire campaign yeah i remember was over billion right i at that figure to somehow sticks in my but you know it here at the other thing too they all want to be remember lester holt who clearly is brilliant at portraying things honestly and truthfully as they really are north korea who sat down with president trump and asking him you know about the and trump was saying well know it colmey told me you know three times he told me three times and lester holt was doing this rapid fire questioning rapid for they want to be they want to be that they want to be the gotcha hey i i got an interview with the president and and we got well the the president saying again put the needs of primer illegal immigrants over lawabiding citizens is is great messaging nbc and lester holt if the reason they're doing it is because they hate trump and so they want to make north korea looked better dominque trump look like the boogeyman that is not effective message should help us and not but you know again they don't they don't they don't see this at night i don't see the.

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"lester holt" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Guy with three billion uh it's not something you'd go to great lengths to cover up 'cause you need this ten million so i don't know how serious asis but we'll see what happens donna brazile oh it's fascinating this lester holt the most biased anchorman in the world if jared kushner got a parking ticket it would be the lead story will lester holt he do the first ten minutes on this the donna brazile book he will not cover she reveals that the dnc was rigged the hillary clinton bought the dnc he rigged the whole process lester holt will not cover this now give chuck todd credit he talked about it on meet the press and give stephanopoulos credit he put donna brazile on and letter toasters but lester holt will not cover this you don't see much on cnn about in fact there're there attacking no donna brazile ma'am and yet she said in the book you remember those that who's that guy seth rich he was involved with the leaks with the damaging stuff on the was suddenly found dead in washington and everybody said this is a terrible story fox was covering it given a lot of coverage certain sites recovering in the all said this is a tech terrible made up story total fake news this is disgusting they're making up the guy happen to be killed in washington nothing to do with going against the dnc or hillary year they all said fake news fake news well it turns out donna brazile on sunday said she didn't think it was so fake in fact she was cleaning house at the dnc and on rigging it and see should she was worried she would be killed now remember this is a woman who now he's been part of the dnc forever but she's been part of the clinton the clinton administration clinton this clinton that clinton campaign she knows them as well as anybody she said she was terrified she would be killed she said as you mentioned seth riches after that i thought i might be next she lives in washington she said i kept my blinds closed at all times so a sniper couldn't see me that's donna brazile saying that god knows what she really knows but she said.

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"lester holt" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"It works for the legislators like you know in their in their district or in their state they're on ah and other doing a a debate or something and they'll they'll say things like oh well of course we should would enforce our borders but we have to be smart about it right we have to be sensible about it what does that mean what does that mean right exactly where do you draw that line wall all that sends the wrong message what message that we're a nation is enforcing our border i simply put the same standard that they put for donald trump that he has to explain specifically every single thing that he says the manusha every single tweet that he puts out every single statement is analysed in fifty different ways now let's do the exact same thing with what every democrat leader or representative said okay so today at by the way that's fine if you want to go for dry i'm not saying died would for trump i'm sane george vi everybody consistent endured across the board as we do here because if you do it yet can't win the argument remember when the whole thing was you know uh combing told me three times colmey told me three crimes that was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu everything that that trump throughout boom boom boom boom boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think it aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure but i think it already are but a it was out yesterday they they put up nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt oh i was waiting for the rapid fire.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WTMA

"Was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu every thing that that that trump throughout boom boom boom boom boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think it aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure but i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put up nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now i know it's different a c u of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job or not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for leicester holds you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only one saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here in the us i gue i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it would at rob hayward and rathadiya oh absolutely wrap it would have been or boob of the lives of well there was no chat i didn't see him in fact that was roughly of a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim gut which by the way i agree with that i agree they should be able to bring that money here without having to give forty percent of it to the government let them invested here in the united states we would see a tremendous amount of growth from that.

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"lester holt" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on KKAT

"Was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview boohbooh boom everything that that that trump throughout bu bu bu bu boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think it aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure what i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now i know it's different a c u of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job or not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for leicester holds you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only one saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here in the us igf i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it will drop a word and ratify your oh absolutely wrap it would have been or buber's of well there was no chat the i didn't see him in fact that was roughly up to a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim gut which by the way i agree with that i agree they should be able to bring that money here without having to give forty percent of it to the government let them invested here in the united states we would see a tremendous amount of growth from that eight six.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"It yup can't win the argument remember when the whole thing was you know uh colmey told me three times colmey told me three times that was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu every that that that trump throughout bu bu bu bu boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think it aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure but i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars invested in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now i know it's different a c u of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job were not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for lester holt s you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only one saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here in the us i gue i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it will drop a world and arrived to see you're absolutely right it would have been or boob of of of the lives of well there was no chat i didn't see him in fact that was roughly of a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim gut which by the way.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WJR 760

"Was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu everything that that that trump throughout bu bu bu bu boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think at aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure what i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge not no it's different a ceo of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job we're not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for leicester holtz you don't mind to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only walk saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here in the us igf i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it will drop it would have been rafts to see you're absolutely up it would have been or of those of while there was no chapter i didn't see him in fact that was roughly up to a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim cut which by the way i agree with that i agree they should be able to bring that money here without having to give forty percent of it to the government let them invested here in the united states we would see a tremendous amount of growth from that.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The whole thing was you know uh colmey told me three times me told me three times that was during an and they're an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu everything that that that trump throughout boom boom boom boom boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think at aired last night may be airing to not i'm not sure but i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now i know it's different a ceo of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job were not and i was waiting for because i was wake naturally for leicester holt you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only walk saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here in the us igf i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it will drop it would have been see my oh absolutely app it would have been or boob of of of the lives of well there was no chat the i didn't see him in fact that was roughly up a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim cut which by the way i agree with that i agree they should be able to bring that money here without having to give forty percent of it to the government let them invested here in the united states we would see a tremendous amount of growth from that.

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"lester holt" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on KKAT

"It yet can't win the argument remember when the whole thing was you know uh combing told me three times call me told me three times that was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapidfire in that interview bu bu bu bu bu everything that that that trump throughout boohbooh boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this is one i think at aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure but i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out nbc news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on all right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now no it's different a c u of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job or not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for leicester holds you you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only one saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here or in the us i gue i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it would if off ordered and rats oh absolutely up eight would have been or boohbooh goes of well there was no chapter i didn't see him in fact that was roughly up to a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim cut which by the way i agree with that i agree they should be able to bring that money here without having to give forty percent of it to the government let them invested here in the united states we would see a tremendous amount of growth from that.

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"lester holt" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on WCTC

"It yet can't win the argument remember when the whole thing was you know uh colmey told me three times colmey told me three trans fat was during an an an interview with lester holt embassy nightly news and lester holt was rapid fire and that interview bu bu bu bu bu everything that that that trump throughout bu bu bu bu boom he did an interview with tim cooke the ceo of apple and this was one i think it aired last night may be airing tonight i'm not sure but i think it already are but it was out yesterday they they put out embassy news put out a preview of the interview and the brunt of that interview or the preview that clip was tim cooke very liberal ceo of apple saying we shouldn't be charging these companies like ours forty percent that would be their rate if they wanted to bring all the money that they earned around the world remember they pay taxes on right in those countries but if they want to bring it back if they want to repatriate those dollars and invest them in the us the government gets forty percent lester holt i was waiting for the rapid fire i was waiting for the challenge now i know it's different a c you of a company versus a president but are you going to do the job or not and i was waiting for because i was waiting actually for leicester holt s you know mine to melt because here you had a very liberal ceo and he's not the only walk saying we should be able to repatriate this money back into the us so that we can do we can invest here you're in the us i gue i and i can guarantee if it was a ceo who was a wellknown conservative it will drop ordered in rats absolutely wrap it would have been or boob of of of the lives of well there was no chat the i didn't see him in fact that was roughly of a a minute minute and a half clip and lester holt didn't say much of anything in that clip it was all tim gut which by the way i agree with that i agree they.

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"lester holt" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"lester holt" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"So the president of the united states takes action to remove the fbi director and he has a recommendation from his attorney general and deputy attorney general to take that action he's now according to the washington post being investigated by the same department who told him to take action that's not constitution while i ask the way the that's not the way the customers and work question is going to be though what was the reason behind the firing so let me ask you this was the reason having to do with his handling of the russian investigation or was it having to do with his handling of the clinton email investigation the reason i ask you this is the memo the was written the rationale by the deputy attorney general did not discuss russia the president in his interview with my colleague lester holt said it was about russia which has well the memorandum from the attorney general you write about the hillary clinton manner which was basis and up upon which he could be terminated and was in fact terminated so that's what the document says but you've raised interesting point of molester hold interviewed you know when the president gave that full interview to lester holt he said to lester holt from nbc news your colleague and he said that if in light of all of this the removal of james comey's in fact he knew it was going to lengthen the amount of time this investigation would take but he thought it was in the best interest of the american people so he was fully aware that if in fact he took this action he would see a lengthening or could see a lengthening of the process so you cannot view this in my mind chuck or in any reasonable person's mind especially someone that's representing the present united states these things that a vacuum there's multiple factors that come into exist let me tell you the factor that came into exists here the president made the determination to remove the director of the fbi for consultation with others and that determination is protected by the constitution wire it let me ask is why is the president seen act as if he is so concerned about this investigation if he did nothing wrong.

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